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. >> this was in silver spring. tom roussey spoke with the victim's family. is live with bold efforts to find those responsible. >> this man was walking in the parking lot a couple of nights ago. walking, he was attacked. family says his attacker or drag him behind these dumpsters. he apparently crawled out of there. morning, his own -- his own son found him in of where that car as part. it. cannot believe >> her family want -- his family of personat kind beats a 72-year-old man. >> he came here to a better life. >> he left his apartment around the monday night to walk to store. returningher going or attacked.s >> they drag him after they heard him. >> they believe this was a attempt. some of his clothes were ripped off. until 3:30 a.m. sons went searching for a man came into dumpsters. someone who is trying to say something. they found my father. >> he is in critical condition. is unable to communicate with investigators. >> montgomery county police outliers. there is a lot of outside and i hope somebody saw something. a rough area. people may be scared to talk. father, tomorrow, be one of your fa
will be lost , but neighbors say pollution the plant has cost worse than thech be lost. will tom roussey is live from the plant with details. it has been here for a long time. the five smokestacks' you literally me have truman wassince president. the others came along not long n 1950.hat i in less than an hour, this plant shuts down. it is something a lot of say needed to happen. neighbors say pollution from on the potomac was burning down their quality life big-time. put water in, it turns black. paul says for years this dust hisconstant in neighborhood. be all over the neighborhood, all over the house. the windows have open. he and another resident concerns, they were told dust, but thend tested.d to have it it turned out to be really dangerous. also turned out to come old plant thatar- is shutting down. if the wind goes in the wrong n -- it goes directly room.y he lives in the high-rise next to the planned. everybody told me it would be shut down. the plan tonner says the main closing theare because natural gas is efficient than coal. says thatrson plant has other pollution issues tha
. >> millions of dollars of damage. that is in this section of d.c. tom roussey is live in your neighborhood to explain. >> we have been here and we have seen the flood waters about this high on cars and going into foclks' basements. >> it floods pretty much every time it rains. >> after a decade without a major flood, residents had an awful summer. four major floods in two months. including three in nine days in july. so which backing up into basements. >> you get nervous every time it rains. >> this woman has lived on this street for over 50 years. she is still dealing with the effects of the flooding. >>the long term solution involves a major sioux were overhauled. residents say it is not happening fast enough. >> i have lived here for 13 years. thanks, d.c. they need a short-term band-aid, at least. four council members want to provide sandbags for homes that need them. it would cost $20 million. some say it is worth it. >> that would be great. >> it is said it is a good start but there could be drawbacks. >> you will have to go somewhere. we have to figure out what will happen. are we
community. >> both men are veterinarians and both live in virginia. tom roussey joins us. he spoke with his mother. >> i did. she is very worried as you can understand. she says that peckens's wife and father have been -- flown to montana. folks around here may know him. he works out of the second floor of this building in vienna and the surgery on pats. tonight, friends and family are hoping they can make it better -- he can make it back ok. >> missing hiker jason hiser's car still sits at his friend neal peckens us a driveway in herndon. the two were supposed to fly back to dulles friday but never made their flight. they are lost somewhere in glacier national forest in montana. >> i see him every day. >> his neighbors are very concerned. >> it is concerning. he has a small daughter. >> the national park service as they sat at 50 people this weekend to search for the two men, but the search has been hampered by what is at times up to a foot and a half of snow. his mother hopes that -- is holding out hope. her son works as a animal oncologist in vienna, and the veterinarian. here is the lat
to wait -- to live. tom roussey has the first report of there. now live. >> workers are still out here up the scene tonight. a fire department has not the official cause of the fire. you where it started. started on a second-floor apartment. have since put plywood on e window there. was from the third floor tore a number of folks had be rescued. one man fell. in this video shot by a thehbor, you could see the threeoting out of story apartment building. people on the scene say it was chaos. >> we ran inside to get the people out. >> this man and several others make sure everyone was safe. the the rescuers needed to be themselves. >> i could feel the flames. >> rescued by a ladder truck on the third floor. you can see the flames scorched the latter. >> minutes later, we would of jump. >> one man could not wait. down from theimb window but wound up falling. >> he had to jump out. >> the stepson of the man who says he and others helped m cpr and had to pull him away from the flames. >> i was trying to help him get from the fire so he could be saved. >> all four people were taken to the hospit
. vienna, tom roussey reporting. >> opening statement today in of two prints stored county officers charged with unarmed university celebrationng a e basketball team's victory. don mckenna suffered a concussion and other injuries. a pedestrian is dead after being police vehicle in baltimore. it happened early sunday on east patapsco avenue. were attending to the scene shooting ended have on whents and sirens the man was struck. he was 41 and was from south america. he died at the hospital. sentencing today in the ranger of a former army killing his of roommate. gary smith was convicted last month of involuntary in the 2008 death mcqueen at their apartment in gaithersburg. at first he told police he was time and thate himself andilled later change the story. was first found guilty in 2008. important information had not been provided to the jury. >> several families are looking home after a fire. spent sunday sifting through what was left of their apartment. that fire started by a space heater that was placed close to combustible items. hurt banks to the efforts of good samaritans. residents
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